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to independencify. >> sean: it's good to see you. thanks for being with us. as we continue, a "hannity" liberal media investigation. we expose the plot against governor mitt romney, now this after so-called journalists are caught on tape, strategizing, colluding on boxing in the g.o.p. candidate. if you had any doubt that there is bias in the media in this country, don't miss this next segment. also, we will continue to monitor the breaking developments outs of cairo, as police try and keep the egyptian protesters away from the u.s. embassy, the latest in this very tense situation, tonight on tense situation, tonight on "hannity." bob... oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male
is it that sean hannity and a few others predicted with pin-point accuracy that the muslim brotherhood would be in charge in egypt? their first task was to declare israel, our closest ally, an enemy. their number-1 enemy. how is it that the administration with all their intelligence and the cia -- how is it that they didn't see this coming?! and they kept telling the american people, this is democracy. i don't think the muslim brotherhood is democracy. they want sharia law. >> it is not clear that that's true. it was and you people on fox that said in libbia, we didn't know who they were and let's not help these people. they had an election and they elected moderates and rejected islamists and yes, there are al qaeda factors and there are extremists in libya, today. but the libyan people are friends of ours and they support us and they support democracy -- so you were wrong about libya. >> sean: i don't think i was wrong about libya at all. >> i know you were. >> sean: i was want. >> they had a free and fair election and a democratic, non-islamic government was elected. >> sean: look what we
. >> sean: we are 39 days from the election, and "hannity" starts right here, right now. we're awaiting the first pictures from a muslim rally on american soil in dearborn, michigan. they're protesting the trailer that continues to be blamed for all the violence that has recently swept the middle east and north africa. they claim that the filmmaker has blood on his hands. they want to stress the need to curb portrayals of islam and the prophet. let me explain what this means. they want to limit your right to freedom of speech. we'll have a full report and images in just a little bit on the program, and as soon as that video becomes available we will bring it into to you on the fox news channel. first new evidence tonight that senior members of the obama administration in fact engaged in a widespread cover-up in the hours immediately following the nation of four americans in libya. beyond just their misleading words, it's now their behind-the-scenes actions that are raising very serious questions tonight about what this president and his top aides are trying to hide. according to the was
i will be flying to new york and be a guest with sean hannity to talk about the book in the book signing and then long island and i was in texas and ohio. i will tell you something this visit tonight and especially blessed by this room of wonderful patriots who came out to hear her speak tonight, the nixon library parents is going to go down in 2012 is the single best appearance of my entire book tour and i'm proud to be here. very proud to be here. [applause] and a real honor to be in this beautiful beautiful place in this wonderful tribute to president nixon. the staff has been extraordinary and hospital -- hospitable and i'm honored to spend time with you talking about my book "50 things liberals love to hate." thanks for coming out. i will see you at the book signing. god bless america. >> before we go those of you have who have come to our events no it is not -- it's the great gifts we give them. they are available in the store. be sure to grab one. mike mike will be upfront. [applause] tariq ramadan president of the european muslim never talks about the causes behind arab s
a rocket rocket-propelled grenades. i happen to have one in my back pocket. cut the bull here. >> sean hannity, it should have been headlines, america successfully attacked on 9/11. we were the victim of terrorism on american soil that. consulate was american soil and we were hit again on 9/11, it was a success it will attack. i looked at a fox news poll a day or two ago and obama has higher numbers for foreign affairs than romney. >> i don't believe it. >> the media doesn't cover it. >> why should romney have numbers on foreign matters? >> he has more experience than obama did. >> i remember an ad that said iran a tiny country, they aren't a problem. and that's obama. >> i think we will see these numbers change. i completely disagree with bob and agree with billy. we've got to let public been gel a little bit. but clearly american women are concern about the safety of our children, we are concerned about $16 trillion about debt, we are concerned about four dollars a gallon gasoline. we get the whole picture. we won't be bought off with free stuff. we understand -- >> i want to go to y
, a country in crisis. you decide. >> aim allen west. a prove this message. >> sean: i'm sean hannity, and i doubly approve the message. checkmate. political experts are calling that ad you just saw as the most devastating contrast ad in the history of american politics. i'm sure i disagree. what do you think? >> i love it. what i love about allen west, this is a guy who plays to win. do you remember when they ran that ad, the anti-west ad, they had him in the boxing gloves, beating up a white woman and grandma. the pac that's funded by murphy's father ran that ad. allen west stepped up said you want to play hardball, i'm going to play hardball. i love it. >> what is more devastating than that ad? it's the same day -- you have to give them special effects shot. the shot from the satellite of, you know, the one place, then the other, then -- you know what, exact date. >> sean: it's divine justice there. >> and it points to character, right? this was what i was doing, honor, serving my country, this is what you were doing, breaking a law, it's brilliant. >> sean: how about mitt romney versus o
mercedes-benz financial services. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity" as we continue along. alexis, the president when he goes to the united nations, when he keeps talking about the disgusting movie trailer, etc., etc., we keep -- we rightly so break it down and distinguish between radical islamists, those that want to kill us, those that want to wipe israel off the map, and those that are moderate muslims. it's the radicals that attacked us on the anniversary of 9/11. so the president is saying to the american people it's about the movie. this is all predicated on a belief when he goes out and pannedders this way that he can somehow through words get radicals to like us and listen to him. he's already tried this. it hasn't worked. what's so frustrating to me is that this -- he doesn't pander to catholics with the crew fix in urine or the elephant dung on mary. why does he believe that pandering to the radicals will work? help me out. >> i don't see him pangedderring to radicals. the president has the bully pulpit. he's trying to assert -- >> sean: trying? >> -- what america should
. >> that report is absolutely wrong. how is it that sean hannity and a few others out here predicted. >> you were wrong about libya. >> i don't think i was wrong about libya at all. >> i would offer a moment of silence, one gentleman doesn't want to be silenced. >> do you think it was irresponsible? >> i will let the american people judge that. >> let's get to the panel. mike oh shar a, correspondent for "time" magazine, latest issue on the crisis in the middle east. and nbc contributors. thank you, all of you. if i might begin with you, mike, new issue of "time" you contrast optics of how the president conducted himself versus how romney did. what do you think voters saw? >> there's no doubt romney had a bad couple days when this initially happened. the press release going out before the facts were known, the fact he called a press conference to deal with timing of the press release to deal with the press conference the night before, the fact he is not talking about it on the stump, even as the situation on the ground shifts to one that could be politically advantageous. he created the contrast
this point, wow, alan colmes is still alive? i thought sean hannity kept him locked in a enclosesel. guest: i'm out for this particular appearance and i thank sean for letting me be here today. host: let's get to some of our phone calls, gary on the phone from detroit, good morning to you. caller: yeah, hi, good morning. mr. colmes, something i want to bring up is you know, in in -- in obama's convention speech and believe me, i know romney is going to be no different in this respect, but he said if you believe in a country where everyone has a fair shot, everyone does their fair share and everyone plays by the same rules -- i could have choked. guest: why. caller: if you had a friend that robbed a bank and came to your house and you had him out, you protected him, what would you be? an accomplice, correct? now, these banks -- and i have read the findings of the senate hearings on the bank ing that karl levin -- carl levin shared and they were found guilty of prosecutable fraud. now obama, he turned it over to the justice department and obama and holder have done nothing to these banks. they'
? >> yeah, that's why you hear sean hannity and rush limbaugh go on and on on about how these polls are wrong. but forget just the head-to-head numbers and look at the other stuff, and what we have seen in poll after poll is just the reality that romney is just not catching hold. people will talk about the enthusiasm of the republican base to get out there and vote. but how firm are you in your support for your guy? for romney it's not only a much lower number, but also if you ask them are you more for that guy or against the other guy. romney's support is about half an by obama support. and that's not the same thing -- i know people can be driven by an mous and the desire to get someone out but it is not the same as supporters. >> bill: yeah like in my book if all they have got is i hate obama, it's good for the base but doesn't get them across the finish line. so how can romney turn this around? >> we have talked about this so much, and everybody talks about the debates -- >> bill: yeah, great first debate -- >> what he can't do is turn this around by campa
in good hands? >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." tonight, i will be joined by karl rove, dana perino and juan williams and giuliani. we begin with the author of the book, the price of politics, bob woodward. have you funny anecdotes -- he's 28. >> he's elected and he goes to the house floor and they won't let him on because they say, oh, you are a staffer. he has to get one of those pins and get people to know him. also what was interesting, as soon as he went to congress, he's a research guy. and he said, how due do a -- how do do you a good job as a congressman? he went to, of all people, bernie frank and took him to breakfast and said, what's the key? and barney frank said, one -- learn one thing, learn it well. don't be a generalist. and he did-- >>> he did! >> the budget andimony and our finances. and probably in a very clear way, the most important issue in the presidential campaign we now face. >> sean: you spend a lot of time at georgetown. this is when the president said, republicans want kids with autism and down's syndrome and the elderly to fend for themselves. paul ryan
saying he doesn't have an agenda. tuesday, rush limbaugh, sean hannity, laura ingram saying if he can't win in this election, republicans should disband as a party. then on wednesday, let's say romney was right, let's give him the benefit of the doubt. his reaction was appropriate and that politically it will play well. look at the backlash that's coming from republicans, not just democrats, republicans on capitol hill who think he did the wrong thing. peggy noonan, you just showed a clip from her, peter king. there's been a lot of people who have come out that said he shouldn't have said what he did and how he said it. you have three straight days of republican critiquing him which speaks very fundamentally to the issue that he has, is that republicans don't like him that much. so they're ready to pounce on him the minute that he doesn't do what they think he should do to beat barack obama. >> jim, does the romney campaign feel like this is just beltway banter from some members of congress but also from pundits, or do they feel like they have a real problem here this week? >> i think
contact.com. >>. >> sean: welcome back to hannity. tonight i continued to be joined from washington by the former speaker of the house, newt gingrich. pretty remarkable moment last night in the uni vision form. the guy that ran on hope and change, change in washington, admitted his biggest failure he can't change anything from the inside and the rnc came out with an ad highlighting what he said then versus tonight. >> in 2008 didn't candidate barack obama that he could fix washington and change status quo? >> from the start it's the idea that we have to fundamentally change how washington works. i wanted to finally solve problems that we talk about year after year to end the division. washington must change and they must change now. that is why i'm running for president of the united states. >> if by his own admission he hasn't accomplished that, why should we give him another chance? >> i have learned lessons over the last four years. and the most important, you can't change washington for the inside. you can't change washington from the inside. >> he said he can't change from inside, he can only change
, as we continue this edition of "hannity." ♪ you do ♪ something to me ♪ that nobody else could do >> sean: this is a fox news alert. chaos is erupting on the streets in cairo, as rioters wreak havoc for a fourth day and night. not only is this the only location of anti-american protests and rallies. for the latest on the spreading violence, we go to our own rick levanthal in jerusalem. rick? >> reporter: angry mobs, flag burning and bloodshed across the region with anti-american demonstrations in 20 countries in northern africa and the middle-east. we have heard of hundreds injured and several killed, including three in tunisia, which looks like war in the streets today. hundred thens of rock-throwing protesters, clashing with police, firing tear gas and live rounds into the crowd. the demonstrators ransacked the u.s. embassy, breaking windows, looting telephones and computer, ripping down the american flag. they burned it and replaced it with the black flag of islam. they trashed a school next door and some were chanting "obama, obama, we are all osamas." similar violence in sudan, after
crowd of protest outside of the u.s. embassy, tonight on "hannity." getables. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8... >> sean: protesters are gathering in cairo, egypt. protesters can be seen firing rocks into the streets. but first, the violence in ejipts and libya are raising important questions about how much money the united states is sending overseas to these radical regimes. according to the congressional research service, our government doles out $1.3 billion a year to egypt's military. and since the start of the arab spring, the u.s. has provided libya with more than $200 million in assistance. should we be paying that mony? joining me with reaction, monica crowley and the director of the law fair project, brook goldstein. it is knowing the history of the brotherhood, how we give them a penny, how they get invitations to the white house -- i can't get an invitation to the white house to the christmas party. >> guback to the beginning of the arab spring and this administr
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